Sharing Your Story With Memory Boards
Did you know that Visual Arts can be used to tell a story or document memories? In this activity, led by SCGSAH Visual Arts Instructor Elaine Quave, students will learn about the Lukasa memory board, a historical artifact from the Luba people of West Africa. Students will then learn to create their own memory board with provided materials to share their most important memories and stories.
Suitable for grades 3-8.
- What's included
-Supplies to create memory boards
- Guiding Question
How can visual arts be used to share a story or personal memories? How was this done in West Africa by the Luba people?
- Standards Addressed
VA.CR NM.1.1. I can combine several elements of art to express ideas, feelings, and stories in my artwork.
VA.C IL.6.1. I can describe a specific culture and time period to present artistic ideas and works.
This resource also aligns with the following from the Profile of the SC Graduate:
World Class Skills: Creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving
Life and Career Characteristics: Self-direction, Global Perspective
Learn Independently, Express Ideas
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